A SUV this aggressive deserves a more aggressive stance, and the Widebody-integrated wheel flares and body-color rocker panels are just as intimidating as you imagine. The front fascia comes with a lower valance cold-air intake that replaces fog lamps to allow even more air to fuel the power-hungry engine. Airflow is also prioritized above with the high-airflow grille and front lower chin-splitter designed for ultimate performance.
As its name suggests, there’s a magnificently fearsome Supercharged 6.2L HEMI SRT Hellcat V8 engine under the bulging hood that spits out 710 horsepower and 645lb-ft of torque. This earth-shattering power is sent to all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Hellcat exhales through a boosted exhaust system that intensifies its thunder and mixes beautifully with the unmistakable whine of its massive supercharger.
How massive? How about a 2.38L supercharger with 11.6 psi maximum boost. With a maximum speed of 14,600 RPM, the astounding power of the 2.38L Supercharger is a master of mayhem that can push this family-friendly SUV from zero to sixty miles an hour in 3.5 seconds with a quarter-mile drag time of 11.5 seconds.
The performance-tuned all-wheel drive offers three modes to choose from. When in Auto Drive Mode, the rear torque split is 60%. In Sport Mode, 65%, and in Track Mode, a whopping 70%. Imposed for improved acceleration and handling, this unique tuning for the 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat is just another standard feature the car is built to handle.